"Read Rachel Vincent and you are reading one of the best Urban Fantasy authors out there"
It has been two months since Faythe has seen Marc and she
can't wait to have him in her arms again. On a mission as
an enforcer for her Pride, Faythe is transporting Manx to
her trial where she will hopefully not get executed. The
plus side of this mission is that she will get to see Marc
for all of one night, if she is lucky. However Faythe's
luck hasn't got a good track record so who knows what will
happen. So when they get ambushed, Faythe can only assume
that the strays who have ganged up on them are after Manx.
What happens after that is more than bad luck.
Marc is missing, kidnapped, presumed dead. The Pride is
under attack and Kaci, the teenage were-panther Faythe took
in is about to die because she refuses to shift. Pulled in
all directions, Faythe's main concern is Marc but there are
events tearing her family apart and she can't ignore them.
Faythe can only do what she does best, be smart and use her
skills to hopefully save her family and her Pride.
Book four in the Shifters series has a huge wow factor. The
series has been building up and up and there doesn't seem
to be an end in sight, thank god! This is a series that has
literally got its claws gripped on to me and won't let go.
I can't get enough of Faythe and her Pride, and loved this
new edition to the series.
I don't want to give too much away because this is
definitely a book and series that is best discovered for
yourself. However I will say that Faythe shines as always,
the plot and story was amazing and this is a series that is
not to be missed. Full of action, this is clever and
original. This is the only were-cat series out there and if
there are more then it is the only one worth reading!
This is the best book I have read this month and I can't
wait for more. Prey has left me panting for more and
I can't wait to see how the little cliffhanger pans out.
During the wait for the next Shifters book I will console
myself with Rachel Vincent's new series, Soul Screamers. I
am sure the debut, My Soul To Take, will be just as good as
the Shifter series, if not better.
Reviewed by Amber Chalmers
Posted June 25, 2009